The National Learning Conference will celebrate success in teaching and learning in Further Education Colleges and other providers, and run a number of sessions which support the Consortium Learning Cycle. The Conference will engage world class speakers on the central stage, together with practitioner and academic workshops which focus on issues in relation to learning and professional practice. The purpose of the Conference is to act as a stimulus for practitioners to meet and share their experience. The aim of the event is to re-energise teachers, tutors and trainers, and initiate reflection on professional practice in support of excellence in teaching in learning. The audience will also include senior managers, Principals and CEOs from Further Education providers. The conference is therefore a unique opportunity to hear from those at the cutting edge of research into independent learning.
Confirmed speakers include:
Baroness Susan Greenfield, scientist, writer, and broadcaster
Professor Stephen Heppell, Professor of New Media Environments at the Centre for Excellence in Media Practice
During the day you will also have the chance to attend seminars and workshops run by sector colleagues and partners who will be sharing their lessons in developing teaching and learning excellence.
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